Hello lovely people,
You're here on my page again! That's great! Thank you so much for visiting. I really appreciate it.
Today I'm linking up with Whats On Your Workdesk Wednesday. Julia at Stamping Ground organises that. Do have a look and join in if you can.
In my previous posts I have been telling you that I have been fussy cutting. I found some decoupage sheets at the back of my craft supplies and remembered how I enjoyed the cutting. I found it quite relaxing. I took the sheets with me on our Easter holiday and now I have been making cards with the decoupage I have cut.
Here is my desk with a card in the making:
The blue is handmade paper and I want to tear it. I was debating whether to wet it a bit so it tears better...
Here are a few that are practically finished. The square card with the roses will get some bling, the lilies are condolences cards so no bling for those. What am I going to put on the 'male' card with the race car? Most embellishments are too feminine...
I'm off to the gym now and then I will enloy looking at your desks and leaving some comments. But before I leave you I will show you my customary postcard:
It is a not-so-spectacular postcard of La Calahorra, a village a little south of where we live in Andalucia. It has only 800 inhabitants but is famous for its castle on the hill (16th century). The final scenes from David Bowie's film Stardust (1974) were filmed there. Here is a link to some really nice photos on Wikipedia.
That's it from me today. Gotta go, I'm late. These photos took ages to upload! (Don't know why).
Happy WOYWW all of you,